Good morning, I am setting the final details on my application schools and am stuck to make a decision between the London School of Economics (MSc in City Design and Social Sciences), University of Central London (Master of International Planning), and University of Westminster (Master of Urban and Regional Planning).
I have worked internationally as a landscape architect and land planner for about three years now and intend to get into the realm of urban planning while maintaining my interest in design (specifically with a specialization in international planning).
Between the three UK schools, which one do you feel ranks the best? Being from the US I have heard of LSE and UCL, but am still unfamiliar on Westminster which seems to be a sub par school compared to the other two (although lower tuition). I've been attracted to UCL on the basis that it's housed in an architecture school, however I thought diversification into something more policy oriented might open more doors for me in the long run.